Political Risk

Drones emerge from shadows to become key cog in U.S. war machine

“When U.S. drones obliterated a car carrying Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour last month, it was the kind of targeted killing that unmanned aircraft are best known for. But 15 years after a drone first fired missiles in combat, the U.S. military’s drone program has expanded far beyond specific strikes to become an everyday part of the war machine.”

Source: Drones emerge from shadows to become key cog in U.S. war machine | Reuters

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